Are Intel and Microsoft crippling stick PCs?
Published in News

Opinion: New form factor lacks support

Intel recently announced its first stick PC, but at the same time the chipmaker and Microsoft aren’t doing much to promote the new form factor. In fact, it seems like they don’t want stick PCs around. 

Futuremark releases 3DMark update with API Overhead feature-set
Published in Graphics

For measuring difference between DX11, DX12 and Mantle APIs

Futuremark has released a new 3DMark update with the new API Overhead feature test, meant to measure the difference in DirectX 11, DirectX 12 and Mantle API performance.

Qualcomm teams up with Microsoft
Published in Motherboards

DragonBoard 410c development kit in the works

Qualcomm has teamed up with Microsoft's Windows 10 to create a DragonBoard 410c development kit.

Surface 3 will be armless
Published in Notebooks

Surface 3 is back to Wintel

Microsoft is working on a Surface 3 and is apparently determined that it will not be stuffed up by RT.

Windows 10 will support super resolutions
Published in Graphics

Even though no one has them

Software King of the World Microsoft's Windows 10 operating system will support screen resolutions that will not be available on commercial displays for years.

Computers more intelligent than humans soon
Published in News

Bill Gates fears the end of humanity

Microsoft founder and philanthropist Sir William Gates III has joined the growing ranks of those who believe that artificial intelligence could result in the end of humanity.

Apple expels Windows 7 from garden of earthy delights
Published in News

Lost the business case 

Fruity cargo cult Apple has decided that Microsoft's venerable Windows 7 needs to be expelled from its walled garden of earthly delights.

Microsoft winning over China on smartphones
Published in Mobiles

Xiaomi tests Window 10

Microsoft appears to be winning more Chinese smartphone makers over to its Windows platform.

Internet explorer and Safari users are rubbish employees
Published in News

New Survey dismisses default setting people

People who use Internet Explorer are more likely to be rubbish at their jobs, according to a new survey.

Microsoft confirms the death of Internet Explorer
Published in News

End of an error

Microsoft has officially confirmed the impending retirement of its Internet Explorer web browser and its replacement with Project Spartan.